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Lantern Library: Marx

James Herod

Given the towering contribution Marx made to our understanding of the world we live in, he has been given a section of his own. This helps to separate him from his followers (Marxism) and also even from Engels (who is shelved under Marxism). The idea, that is (too) popular among many anarchists, that they don't need to study Marx is entirely mistaken. All revolutionaries should be familiar with Marx's monumental studies of capitalism.



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Given the towering contribution Marx made to our understanding of the world we live in, he has been given a section of his own. This helps to separate him from his followers (Marxism) and also even from Engels (who is shelved under Marxism). The idea, that is (too) popular among many anarchists, that they don't need to study Marx is entirely mistaken. All revolutionaries should be familiar with Marx's monumental studies of capitalism.


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